Internet Inclusion Working Groups
The IEEE Internet Initiative established seven Internet Inclusion Working Groups through which participants help advance solutions for universal internet access. Participants focus on prioritized challenges and barriers to help connect more than half of the world’s population that is not connected to the internet today. Groups meet periodically to discuss their progress and next steps toward outputs that can be adopted and used in various regions of the world across their focus areas.
IEEE Internet Inclusion: Advancing Solutions — Washington Event Recap
Five-minute video highlights IEEE event participants’ interviews and insights from an October 2017 event on the importance of connecting the unconnected to the internet.
Advancing Internet Inclusion Q&A
IEEE Working Group leaders share points toward progress on digital skills, connectivity and energy, community networks, public access and closing the digital gender divide.
“IEEE Series Aims to Advance Internet Inclusion Worldwide”
Blog post by Karen McCabe in The Institute recaps October 2017 event that brought technologists and policymakers, including Internet Inclusion Working Group members, together to help meet the needs of the global population.